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I read a survey not long ago that found one of the main reasons people do not go vegan is from not having options in restaurants. So, my readers are apparently savvy about this importance of this issue.
By the way, that petition still needs 56,000 more people to sign, so please keep passing it on.
Wile my vitamin K2 series has some ardent followers, they are not many in number. Frankly, I’d much rather be beating up on the blood type diet, but K2 is a topic that anti-vegans bring up a lot and the research seems important, so I will plug on with it.
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I’m not getting behind this effort so that hardcore vegans have something to eat at McDonalds, but rather for the number of animals that could be spared a lifetime of suffering just from meat-eaters trying this burger and eating it occasionally. Why order two big macs, when you can lose weight and reduce your risk of heart disease and diabetes by ordering just one Big Mac and a McVeggie?
Due to my oxalate research hiatus, it’s been awhile since I’ve made a post dedicated to asking for support.
As many of you know, I am the co-founder of Vegan Outreach. Vegan Outreach focuses on reaching students at colleges across the country with our booklets promoting compassionate eating. This past Fall was another record-breaking semester in which our leafleters personally handed booklets to 987,551 students at 884 schools.
This level of person-to-person outreach was so mind-blowing that Dan Murphy from Drover’s Cattle Network has claimed that we must be lying about our numbers (see Lies, damn lies, and vegan statistics).
Vegan Outreach is currently in the midst of our year-end donation drive and, in addition to annoying Dan Murphy, anything you give to Vegan Outreach will be doubled! Donations to Vegan Outreach are tax-deductible. Click here.
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Thank you so much for supporting my project of getting vegans the most scientifically accurate nutrition information possible!
First, I noticed that Friday’s Feedburner email for my blog didn’t list a table of contents at the top like it used to, so if you didn’t happen to scroll to the bottom, you might have missed the post on Nutrient Intakes of SDA Vegetarians. If anyone was feeling a strange emptiness inside this morning, that could be why.
Second, I haven’t asked for support since July! And I haven’t gotten much, either, which lends credence to the age-old saying, “Do not ask and you shall not receive.”
Interestingly, the posts that took the most research were the least popular – I need to stop researching! I’m kidding – as unexciting as the research is to do and to read about, it is a necessary evil.
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It has been two months since I asked for support. I got some good support in June so I didn’t send out a request, but I received very little in July.
I didn’t make too many posts in July due to being out of town and because two of the posts I made required a lot of research. Still, when I look over the posts from June and July, I am stunned at the amount of info! Here are the highlights:
Now I ask you — where else can you get this sort of information?! I write about the good, the bad, and the ugly, all in an effort to cut through the propaganda and keep vegans as healthy as possible.
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